No country in Europe where the second class have so many people pulling as Germany. And with Simon Terodde plays the most prolific attacker of Europe.
An average of 19.151 spectators were in Germany until the winter break to watch the match in the 2. Bundesliga.
That has a large part to do with the presence of traditieclubs as Hamburger SV and 1. FC Köln. They saw respectively 50.210 and 49.270 supporters of the counters to pass through.
This is followed by cultclub FC St. Pauli, that every ” home in a sold out stadium plays: 29.500 spectators. Then, are the three clubs from the former GDR, which most people go: Dynamo Dresden (27.987), the promoted FC Magdeburg (21.494) and Union Berlin (21.494).
SV Sandhausen close the row: 7277 spectators per match. Still more than, say, Lokeren, Mouscon or Waasland-Beveren.
Hamburger SV and FC Köln last summer, degraded, are now one and two in the 2. Bundesliga. It seems that they will soon be able to the highest class will return.
And the most remarkable player so far is Simon Terodde, the striker of FC Köln. That came in January 2018 for euro 3 million from VfB Stuttgart, after he previously already in the youth of the club from the cathedral City of played.
Terodde made 22 goals in 18 league games and surpasses in terms of average even Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. Stronger even: no one from a European top league did better.
The 1,92 m big and physically strong attacker is a man of the sixteen meters. He scores from all possible angles.
In all silence hunts the 30-year-old Simon Terodde is on a record that Horst Hrubesch drew: who signed during the season 1977/78 for Rot-Weiss Essen 41 goals, then this series of regional was divided. Hrubesch left after that voetbaljaargang to Hamburg.